Student journalists at Lewis & Clark College are criticizing administrators for forcing them to hold for four days an article about a lecture on campus by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. The college said that it wanted to clear the article with the Supreme Court press office before permitting publication. “[T]he college should have refused to send in any independent student publication for prior approval,” said an editorial in The Pioneer Log, the newspaper. Supreme Court officials said that they hadn’t insisted on review of the article, and the college has apologized for insisting that the article await review.
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